A number of open-borders organizations linked to billionaire financier George Soros deployed activists across Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, demanding “citizenship for all” illegal aliens living in the United States.
After Senate Parliamentarian Elizabeth MacDonough ruled that a massive amnesty plan for illegal aliens could not be slipped into Senate Democrats’ $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation package, groups like CASA de Maryland, Make the Road NY, United We Dream, United Farm Workers, the SEIU, and the Center for Popular Democracy sent activists out across D.C. demanding that Congress include amnesty despite the ruling. Many of these groups have been linked financially to Soros’ Open Society Foundation for years.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), along with Sens. Alex Padilla (D-CA) and Bob Menendez (D-NJ), spoke at a rally alongside Center for Popular Democracy activists, declaring the ruling “.” Antisemite Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) also spoke at the rally.
“Last night’s ruling was extremely disappointing,” Schumer complained. “It saddened me, it frustrated me, it angered me because so many lives are at stake.”
Translation: so many future Democrat voters are at stake, because that’s what amnesty for illegal aliens is all about.
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Committing $220 Million to “Racial Justice” Causes
On July 13, 2020, OSF, in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and its allies, pledged to donate $220 million into initiatives designed to help “build power in Black communities, promote bold new anti-racist policies in U.S. cities, and help first-time activists stay engaged.” The pledge earmarked $150 million in five-year grants for black-led “racial justice” organizations, and $70 million for a range of initiatives such as helping city governments reform policing and criminal justice by implementing a new approach to public safety that includes “moving beyond the culture of criminalization and incarceration.” “This is the time for urgent and bold action to address racial injustice in America,” said OSF deputy chair Alex Soros, George Soros’s son. “These investments will empower proven leaders in the Black community to reimagine policing, end mass incarceration, and eliminate the barriers to opportunity that have been the source of inequity for too long.” Tom Perriello, executive director of Open Society-U.S., said: “The success of this movement, the largest in U.S. history, will be measured over years, not weeks, and we cannot say that Black lives matter and not make a multi-year commitment to a strategy set by and centering Black leaders and organizations who changed America’s sense of what is possible.”
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